Emergency Action Plan
In conjunction with the ASAA, and the City of Calgary, the host committee has contingency & response action planning in place; details are below:
- First Aid kits for emergencies will be located at the main gate and with the medic on the field.
- If emergency medical personnel is required the medic will dial 9-1-1 for any on-field injuries.
- In the event of an emergency off the field, the CHARGE person will contact 9-1-1.
- Walkie-talkies to communicate any emergencies are carried by the CHARGE person, the gate personnel, the scorekeeper, the medic and the City of Calgary.
When an injury occurs:
- Initially, when coming in contact with the injured student athlete, take control and assess the situation. Exercise universal precautions related to blood/body fluids.
- Keep in mind the following - Do not move the injured student athlete
- If a student athlete cannot move by him/herself, do not move the body part for him/her.
- Instruct any bystanders to leave the injured student alone.
- Do not remove the student athlete’s equipment unless emergency treatment is required e.g. CPR or artificial respiration.
- Assess the injury; evaluate the severity of the injury and decide if further assistance is required.
- If an ambulance is not needed, then decide what action is to be taken to remove the injured student athlete from the playing surface.
- If an ambulance is required: request assistance from another person by having this person call an ambulance with the all relevant information (nature of emergency, precise location, telephone number of location) and have them report back to you with estimated time of arrival, then send them to the access entrance to wait for the ambulance.
- Once the call has been placed, observe the injured student athlete carefully for any change in condition and try to reassure the injured student until professional help arrives (blankets are located by the first aid kit to help reduce the chance of shock).
- Do not provide the injured student athlete with food or drink, unless otherwise indicated by situation e.g. diabetes, hydration.
- Stay calm and speak reassuringly.
- When ambulance arrives, describe incident and what has been done.
- An adult should be designated to accompany the injured student athlete to the hospital to help and document steps taken to treat the injury.
EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN
SHOULDICE ATHLETIC PARK
|Event:||ALBERTA BOWL 2016 - ASAA Football Championships|
|Venue:||Shouldice Athletic Park|
|Location Address:||1515 Home Road NW, Calgary AB|
|Directions to Venue:||From City Centre: West on Trans-Canada Hwy/AB-1 W, Turn Left at Home Road|
|Ambulance Access:||South East Main Gate Entrance into Hellard Field.
Take westbound alley entrance to the parking lot. Turn left into Hellard field emergency entrance gate.
|CHARGE Person:||Ralene Goldade or Wayne Meadows|
|CALL Person:||Gate person will have a walkie-talkie to address Charge Person and City of Calgary workers.|
|EMS Dispatch #:||9-1-1 or non-emergency number for CPS 403-266-1234|
|Location of Phone and/or Cellular Phone:||CHARGE persons will carry a cell phone at all times.
Ralene Goldade cell: 403-880-3755
Wayne Meadows cell: 403-923-4441
|Emergency Equipment Available:||A stocked first aid kit will be available on site at the main gate. This kit will include bandages, ice packs, and other general medical supplies for minor injuries. Blankets will be kept at the gate as well in cases where major medical services are needed and the risk of shock is possible. Aaron Paramedical Services Staff (medics) will be on-site for all injuries on Hellard field.|
|Obstacles that may interfere:||Parked cars
|Location of Nearest Emergency Facility:||Foothills Hospital–1403 29 St. NW
Alberta Children’s Hospital 2888 Shaganappi Trail NW
|MUSTER POINT||Muster Point will be determined by City of Calgary workers dependent upon the location of the Emergency and an announcement will be made from the Press Box|